The Walk Of Shame

Say hello to my new clock. The clock that had a small knob on the side of it...that I snapped off before my brain could stop my fingers from twisting it to see if it worked. Of course it didn't work! It was a decoration on a plastic clock!

So I did the walk of shame to the front of Memory Lane and purchased it.

Fortunately, I have been eyeing it for several weeks and for $6, breaking it just sort of prodded me along. It's going to get glittered as a Christmas piece! (Or Halloween??)

Have you made the walk of shame after breaking something?

Enjoy your day,


Teresa - in the Middle Side of Life said...

I've dropped a glass jar of something in the store (pickles, i think) and told the clerk to ring them up for me, but they refused.

another time, i got home from JCPenney's with a blouse the clerk had not rung up. it was too late to go back that night, but i went back the next day and paid for it. the clerk, and her manager, were floored. first of all, the clerk couldn't wrap her brain around what i was telling her (that the clerk the night before had missed one blouse and that i needed to pay for it) and had to call for a manager to assist her. the manager had a hard time with it, too. what... have they not seen honesty before?

Sonya --Dime Store Thrift said...

That must've been something to see...I bet it felt surreal! I have broken many things before and always buy them ( or offer to). Bath and body cringes when thhy see me coming, I am sure:)
But if I didn't I know it would keep me up at night!

Kathy@ Gone North said...

Nice clock.. can't wait to see it all glittery & fun...
I once knocked over a diplay of wine... Talk about a mess!! I took 2 bottles & the whole thing toppled. I offered to pay & they would not let me... needless to say, I needed the wine when I got home.. : )
And they are still talking about it at the store.. : )

AuntLou said...

LOL! Nope, though, like the others, I have had some interesting reactions when paying up an error in my favor. What made me laugh was the first thought that came into my mind. "Oooo, what a neat mini house that could be... or shadowbox...or...!"

Jackie said...

Oh yes! A clown fell off the shelf (or as I like to think of it, jumped off the shelf in attack mode) and its head shattered. I asked the clerk at the Goodwill where the monetary donation box was. They didn't have one out, so insisted he put the $4 for the busted clown in his register. He was confused, but I assured him if I didn't right the wrong I would forever have bad thrift karma!

Ironically enough, a few weeks later I mysteriously suffered an inexplicable hairline fracture in my foot. Revenge of the clown!

<3Jackie @ Let's Go Thrifting

Sonya --Dime Store Thrift said...

Ohmygoodness...I can only imagine what that wine sounded like shattering! Horrifying to have that go to waste,heh heh:)

And jackie...that just goes to prove clowns ARE evil.

Rosie said...

Can't wait to see your glittering tranformation!

Christina Marie said...

Never, but this post sure did make me smile becacuse I've had many "almost" mishaps:) New follower... love your blog so much!